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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of Australasia

Australian Birds, Their Nests and Eggs A Guide to the Nests and Eggs of Australian Birds that are Known to Breed in Australia and on Australian Offshore Islands (Facsimile Edition)

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By: Gordon R Beruldsen(Author), Graeme Chapman(Illustrator), Shelly K Macleod(Illustrator)
436 pages, plates with colour illustrations
Publisher: Woodslane Press
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  • Australian Birds, Their Nests and Eggs ISBN: 9780646427980 Paperback May 2003 Out of Print #202827
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First published in 1980, this volume is a facsimile re-issue of the 2004 edition and is a thorough reference guide to nest and egg identification. Compared to the 1980 edition, the 2004 edition (and thus this facsimile version) contains all-new colour plates and much additional material. Shape, size, colour, number of eggs in a clutch – all help identify the bird to which the eggs belong.  This book carries a strong message to respect the environment that is being explored and to leave the eggs and nests undisturbed. It is therefore a way for birdwatchers and ornithologists to gain a greater insight into Australian birds without actually having to get close to nests.

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By: Gordon R Beruldsen(Author), Graeme Chapman(Illustrator), Shelly K Macleod(Illustrator)
436 pages, plates with colour illustrations
Publisher: Woodslane Press
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